The latest news, interviews, video, and match reports from Middlesex County Cricket Club including County Championship, one-day and Twenty20 cricket reports.
Middlesex and England batsman Nick Compton says that although Australia are the favourites for the 2015 Ashes, England have a good chance of winning thanks to their home advantage.
We have all become used to watching high-scoring Twenty20 games with sixes and fours hit with increasing regularity. But has the game gone too far in the batsmens' favour?
We preview this week's NatWest T20 Blast action by picking out the stats that matter ahead of 11 matches that could go a long way towards deciding who reaches the quarter-finals.
Last week, I went to watch Kent play Surrey at Beckenham and it got me thinking about the plight of festival cricket at outgrounds, writes Rob Johnston.
Australian batsman Joe Burns is all set to join Middlesex in May for the county season as a replacement for fellow team-mate Adam Voges who will be unavailable due to national duty.
Phillip Hughes enjoyed a prolific spell with Middlesex in the early part of the 2009 season as an overseas player and the club have released this video tribute following his tragic death last week.
Matt Carter gives his analysis of how Middlesex, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Somerset, Surrey, Sussex, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Yorkshire performed this season.
Matt Carter reviews the penultimate round of LV= County Championship which saw some outstanding individual performances meaning there is still plenty to play for next week.
Yorkshire won the title with a crushing win, Worcesteshire are promoted from Division Two, but there was plenty more going in this week's LV= County Championship, as Matt Carter explains.
In their penultimate county cricket Hot Spot discussion of the season, John Pennington and Matt Carter pay tribute to Yorkshire's LV= County Championship success.
India renewed their love affair with Lord's by hammering Middlesex by 95 runs - the same margin by which they won the Test there earlier this summer - in a one-day tour game.
The return of the LV= County Championship this week saw the title battle become a three-horse race and the fight to avoid relegation produced a classic encounter.
After a month’s break - which was either welcomed or maligned depending on your situation – the County Championship makes it’s much-anticipated return from exile this week. Matt Carter previews the action.
The Royal London One-Day Cup has seen country sides in 50-over action once again which Matt Carter judges to be a good thing in his first set of talking points.
Matt Carter reviews a dramatic final week of NatWest T20 Blast group stage action which has produced four quarter-finals to look forward to.
Matt Carter rounds up the latest action from the LV= County Championship as the competing teams prepare for a break from four-day cricket until August.
Matt Carter rounds up the latest NatWest T20 Blast action after week 10, with chances to reach the quarter-finals now running out - and in some cases, gone completely - for a number of teams.